The first month of spring for the B50 community was full of interesting events, especially media ones. We will tell you about them in order, but first of all, we would like to thank everyone who joins the B50 activities and urge you to keep going!


B50 volunteers from the Clean Up! project eliminated the destruction at several locations in Moshchun (25, 5th Sadova Street, 169, and 5th Myru Street).

Activists from the Reconstruction project spent every March weekend in Zavorychi, where they repaired the bomb shelter of the local gymnasium. During this time, they managed to clean, prime, and paint the walls and ceiling in the corridor and bathrooms, dismantle the foundation, paint the ceiling, and prepare the walls for painting in the vestibule room; perform electrical work on ventilation, start painting furniture, and much more.

In March, volunteers from Shelters decorated two rooms for preschoolers – “Forest” and “Jungle”. So far, all 4 rooms have been painted! The final touches (contours, details) are left and the artistic part of the transformation will be completed.

You can read more about the progress in Zavorychi (about repairs and painting) here.

After “wintering” in Ivano-Frankivsk, the “Stronger than bricks” media project resumed its all-Ukrainian tour. Thus, the photos of B50 volunteers were exhibited in Zaporizhzhia, Sumy and Mykolaiv. By the way, the photo exhibition is on display in Sumy at the City Public Library until April 7. So, welcome to the exhibition!

In March, “Chronicles of the Unknown Superheroes Ukrainians “ visited three European cities simultaneously – Hamburg (Germany), Budapest (Hungary), and Copenhagen (Denmark). The exhibitions in Budapest and Copenhagen are now closed, and the one in Hamburg will run until the end of June 2024. We invite you to visit the St. Nicholas Memorial (Willy Brandt-Strasse 60).

In March, we received an unusual and very pleasant support from Germany – Simon Gordeev, a Berlin-based sound engineer and producer, a native Ukrainian, initiated the recording of a cover of the famous song “Обійми” by the band Okean Elzy.

Fifteen independent artists from Germany took part in the recording of the song and the video. Simon learned about the B50 community and resonated with our work. Therefore, on the homepage of this unique collaboration, you can see a link and a request to donate to the B50 community, because the project team decided to also use the song release as a call to support a humanitarian organization that helps to eliminate the consequences of the invasion. It’s nice to realize that our work resonates with people around the world, it’s very inspiring.

The song has been available on all platforms since March 1. You can also listen to it on the project’s page:

Spring and volunteering are in full swing, so get involved! We have a project for everyone!